At least once in your life you need to be in a room with a bunch of people that spontaneously begin singing this song
I agree. It’s the best.
Where Is The Castle Fandom At?!?!
There are over ten million people that watch Castle each week and I’m thinking a lot of those people have tumblrs…Where are you guys?!?! I want to follow ALL of you so Reblog or like or follow or write “hi” in my ask box
or send smoke signals or higher a skywriter or whatever the crap you gotta do!FOR THOSE WHO ALREADY FOLLOW ME: HI, HOW ARE YOU!?!
fuckyeahstana replied to your photo: #ootd #outfitoftheday #galaxy #print #leggings…
Love your legging darling <3
Thank you bby!
30 Days of Castle Season 5 - Day 15: Absolute Favourite Scene - Still
-Heat Rises Acknowledgments (via dancingontiptoes)
stana katic + jumpsuits/pantsuits (asked by: extraordinarypartners)
So whatever happens, whatever you decide….
GUYS! WE SHOULD REBLOG THIS TO 100,000 BY SEASON 6!
Okay another challenge ur on!!!
reblogging every time i see this :)
“If you’re dating a writer and they don’t write about you — whether it’s good or bad — then they don’t love you. They just don’t. Writers fall in love with the people we find inspiring” -Jamie Anne Royce
30 DAYS OF FEMALE CHARACTERS - DAY 1 // Favorite Lead Female Character
Detective Kate Beckett from the show Castle. I’ll be completely honest. Usually, I am not a fan of female characters. I think they can be written badly very easily, and I think many TV shows, books, and movies fall into different traps that female characters seem to lead writers into. Therefore, I usually find myself relating more with male characters than anything. Castle is the only show I have ever watched where I absolutely loved the lead female character. I want to be her friend. I want to be her lover. I want to be her. Jesus Christ, this woman is perfect. She is hot, funny, badass — and she never mentions the fact that she is a woman in a man’s world. It just never comes up, because it doesn’t have to. She is so good at what she does as a cop (not as a woman) that her ability, not her gender, is all that matters. She kick’s ass, takes names, and gets the guy. C’mon, what’s not to like?
Runner ups: Piper Halliwell from Charmed and Hermione Granger from Harry Potter.